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The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the performance and safety of the Guardian™ Sensor (3) over 170 hours (7 days) when inserted in the abdomen used in subjects age 14 - 75 years with the Guardian™ Connect System.
The objective of the study is to determine whether patients with poor glycemic control can improve metabolic control using the real-time values of the Guardian® RT compared to conventional self-monitoring blood glucose finger-sticks.
An open, non-randomised longitudinal study of diabetic foot ulcers receiving standardised treatment, over a 16 week period conducted at out-patient level, utilising novel optical wound measurement technologies.
The study is designed to evaluate the ability of optical coherence tomography and VCC scanning laser polarimetry to measure and identify the pattern of band atrophy of the optic nerve in patients with long standing chiasmal lesions. The hypothesis is that these new technologies are able to identify such pattern. The idea is that by using eyes with band atrophy one is able to investigate the ability of the new technologies in measuring the retinal nerve fiber layer particularly ...
This is a non-blinded randomized study that will investigate whether the use of a novel, non-invasive perfusion enhancement system (The Guardian System) impacts motor recovery and hospital length of stay in acute ischemic stroke patients.
Optical sensing technologies have the potential to enable long-term heart rhythm monitoring. The medically certified and clinically validated FibriCheck technology has proven its value for spot-check measurements to detect AF. However, further validation and verification of this technology is necessary to evaluate the performance of the FibriCheck technology on different tools (smartphones and smartwatches). During this study the performance of various optical sensors, ranging ...
The purpose of this clinical research is to compare new methods of identifying the locations of tumours to standard CT imaging. Analysis of the tissue removed during surgery (pathology) will be used to determine which method is more accurate. Accurately identifying the locations of tumours is especially important for radiation therapy, where the radiation needs to cover the entire tumour while minimizing the amount normal tissue that is exposed to radiation. The new method uses...
Objectives: 1. To assess the tolerability of performing optical coherence tomography and/or optical spectroscopy in patients with acute oral mucositis. 2. To determine the feasibility of obtaining optical coherence tomography images and/or fluorescence excitation emission matrices from normal and affected sites in patients with acute oral mucositis. 3. To compare optical data obtained with optical coherence tomography and/or spectroscopy ...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the physiological correlates of two imaging devices (1)Modified Two Layer Diffuse Optical Spectroscopy (MTL DOS ) and (2)SIAscopy in the evaluation of atypical moles and melanoma. A typical moles and melanoma will have a different optical profile based on physiological parameters compared to benign nevus. The first measured is to determine the hardware variability. From this optical data, a "correction" curve will be developed a...
This study will determine whether a specialized Web site geared for the guardians of children whose one parent has murdered the other can increase guardian capabilities, reduce guardian stress, and improve child behavior and mental health.
The purpose of this study is to compare two continuous glucose sensors, one placed subcutaneous (under the skin) and one placed intradermal (in the skin) over 12-14 hours.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a relatively new imaging technique in ophthalmology. This clear and documented imaging identified new diseases/ observations that were not previously known.
The purpose of this study is to determine the safe and effective levels of optical stimulation in peripheral nerves of humans otherwise undergoing nerve lesioning in surgery.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the safety and efficacy of an optical device designed and developed for monitoring the intravenous infusion site for infiltration. The hypothesis is that the changes in optical signals measured near the infusion site using the optical device can be used to monitor intravenous infusion for infiltration.
The goal of this clinical research study is to learn if The Guardian® blood-sugar monitoring device can be used reliably in patients with high blood sugar who are receiving care in the ICU. Researchers will compare blood-sugar measurements from the study device with blood-sugar measurements from the standard "fingerstick" method of blood-sugar testing. This is being done to see if the new device can accurately measure blood sugar.
Optical coherence tomography is technology widely used in medicine. In this study, we will use an optical tomographic scanner to scan skin tissue image.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the Guardian Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in the home setting is more useful than frequent self blood glucose monitoring with a view to modifying patient's diet and exercise habits or improvement self disease control efforts and at last glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes
This is a mono-centre trial performed at the Center for Clinical Research at the Medical University Graz. There will be a screening information and a study visit.In the study visit arterialized venous blood glucose values will be monitored and subcutaneous sampling of interstitial fluid (ISF) with microdialysis for glucose determination will be performed. Additionally to the laboratory analysis of the subcutaneous glucose samples, the glucose will be measured with extracorporea...
Information will be collected prospectively in about 3,000 patients having Optical Coherence Tomography during cardiac catheterization. Subjects will be initially enrolled at sites outside of the United States, where Optical Coherence Tomography is approved by regulatory agencies. Subjects will be followed for up to 5 years.
This is a single-arm, prospective, study of an optical imaging device on approximately twenty (20) subjects undergoing lumpectomies at one study site. In vivo and ex vivo imaging will be performed on study subjects with results being compared to final pathology.
The purpose of this research is to evaluate optical coherence tomography (OCT) and FDA approved device used to image diseases of the eye. The ultra-high resolution OCT is a non-significant risk device used in this study. Optical Coherence Tomography may be useful for early diagnosis and monitoring of different types of eye diseases.
This study will investigate whether adding the optical imaging to magnetic resonance imaging can improve the diagnostic specificity of breast cancer.
All comer registry who had undergone intravascular optical coherence tomography during and/or after coronary intervention.
The research hypothesis is that topical application of a mixture of pre-polymers of polypropylene glycol and polyethylene glycol (an optical clearing agent) will reduce skin light scattering, increasing the amount of light reaching the target for diagnostic as well as therapeutic purposes.
The purpose of this study is to develop and demonstrate new technologies that will enable a non-contact, compact eye imaging system based on OCT to assist an early responder in acute care settings (like an emergency room) to help assess eye trauma and inflammation (swelling inside the eye).